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Morganton , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 6:17PM

Some Rain Overnight

Skies will be cloudy overnight and some light rain will enter the picture late tonight. Wednesday looks wet at least into early afternoon. Wednesday rainfall will keep temperatures suppressed a bit. Still, it will be unseasonably mild for this time in winter.


Hi: 65 Lo: 48

Cloudy; Rain likely after midnight; Light east wind

Hi: 59 Lo: 46

Generally overcast with daytime rain; Light wind

Hi: 70 Lo: 48

Lots of clouds; Warmer; Can't rule out a passing shower; Light south wind

Hi: 71 Lo: 52

Mix of clouds & sunshine; Mild; Showers possible after midnight

Hi: 67 Lo: 31

A couple AM showers; Becoming mostly clear; Colder Saturday night

Further Out

Sunday - Mostly sunny; Cooler; High in the mid 50s; Low in the lower 30s
Monday - Partly cloudy; Moderating temperatures; High in the upper 50s; Low in the upper 30s

Forecast Discussion

High pressure centered over the Northeast U.S. will maintain weak wedging over the Foothills tonight as a frontal zone approaches from the west. Cloudy skies will persist overnight, with a few periods of light rain after midnight tonight into Wednesday afternoon.

Temperatures will be a bit milder for Thursday and Friday, although we’ll hang onto a variably cloudy sky. The next upcoming cold front is scheduled for a Saturday morning arrival. There will be some showers associated with the front Friday night into early Saturday before skies clear.

Next weekend will turn seasonably cooler and mostly clear.

Agri-Worries: While the warmth is enjoyable for outside activities, the unseasonably mild temperatures are a growing concern in agricultural circles. As temperatures remain above freezing through at least Friday along with warming soil temperatures, trees and other plants are going to be tempted into an early green-up. With a number of hard freezes likely into March and April, the potential for agricultural damage will be unusually high this year.


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